Jackson Beardy

Jackson Beardy, an Ojibway artist, was a leading Native figure in the late 1960s and 1970s, advocating both politically and artistically for the rights of the peoples of the First Nations in Canada. As a founding member of the New Woodland School and as a community representative on various cultural and political organizations, Beardy forged a path and created a legacy of activism for those who followed. Beardy's influence on the revitalization of Woodland culture and the policies and methods of Canadian institutions handling and interpreting art treasures of First Nations has been an important contribution to the development and history of the art of the First Nations.

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Chuckabees and the Beaver

JB-F1

24 x 34

serigraph 1975 1/97

framed 29 x 40

Purchase Price: $2,250.00

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Red Eyes

JB-88-99

Serigraph, #48/50, 1979

17 x 25

Framed

Price: $1,450.00

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Waterbird

JB-45-50

Serigraph, 45/50 1979

17 x 25

Framed

Purchase Price: $1,450.00

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